The Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin) is one of the largest, most diverse and well-established art universities in the world – with around 4,000 students,
30% of whom are international students. The range of study programmes offered by the Colleges of Fine Arts, Architecture, Media and Design, Music, and Performing
Arts as well as the Berlin Career College, the Jazz Institute Berlin and the lnter-University Centre for Dance Berlin covers the whole spectrum of the arts and
art-related studies in over 70 degree programmes. With its right to confer doctorate and post-doctorate degrees, the UdK Berlin is also one of the few higher
education institutions for the arts in Germany with university status. Teachers in art, music, and theatre are also educated at the UdK Berlin, the only university
in Berlin where these subjects can be studied. Around 200 artistic and academic professors, about 250 research and artistic assistants and lecturers, and around 300
employees in administration, libraries, service and technology work at the UdK Berlin. Offering around 700 events per year, the UdK Berlin is also a key actor in
Berlin's cultural landscape.
The UdK Berlin, College of Music, is seeking to appoint a:
Professor at a university of art (f/m/d)
– Salary group W 2 – Permanent part-time professorship with half of the regular teaching duties. The professorship is a non-tenured salaried position. Field of
teaching: Choral Direction/Church Music Teaching obligation: 9 course hours (LVS)
Start of service of the professorship: 1 October 2023
Reference number: 3/1826/22
Duties the open position offers:
Tuition in choral direction for the Bachelor and Masters’ degree courses in Church Music and other courses of study in close consultation and collaboration with the chairs responsible for those courses and as a member of the faculty’s team of artistic staff and teachers
Teaching in the appropriate breadth of the subject Choral Direction in Teaching
Relevant university degree (Master of Church Music and/or Master of Choral Direction)
Proof of educational and artistic successes and experiences in the direction of choral groups of various age levels and genres and also in the training of choral directors (also at university level)
Expertise in voice pedagogy
An excellent command of written and spoken German
Willingness to work on the committees of the academic self-administration of UdK Berlin
Appointment requirements in accordance with § 100 of Berlin Act on Higher Education (BerlHG)
What we offer:
An interesting, varied academic and artistic environment providing access to various artistic events of all disciplines
Occupational health management
Good public transport connections to the workplace and a discounted ticket for public transport (VBB job ticket)
International staff exchange
UdK Berlin is committed to being a non-discriminatory learning, teaching and working environment of equal opportunity and is working towards removing structural barriers (such as, for example, physical, language, racial, age-related, gender-specific, heteronormative and other barriers). It is striving to increase the proportion of women on its staff by recruiting and promoting qualified women, especially in executive positions and in areas in which they are underrepresented, and places particular emphasis on an intersectional approach. UdK Berlin expressly invites qualified candidates with a history of migration, black people and/or people of colour to apply. Equally qualified applicants with a recognised severe disability receive preferential consideration. If you have a severe disability, please mention it in your application.
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